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October 25 2006 at 12:49 PM
Luke Martin  (Login tangaroa)
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I've been struggling to find more info on the watch in the photo below (model reference, movement details etc). I recall seeing the 'glamour' photo's some time ago, but cannot now find anything.

Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

Regards to all.


 
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ThomasM
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That's pretty clearly a "quattro" based movement (see picture of the movement in the

October 25 2006, 3:24 PM 

masthead) but I would have to look into the specific reference number for that case and dial.

Very advanced movement design, in house design and production, and top of the line finishing.

By all accounts, exceptional chronometric performance too; well worth looking into.

Perhaps someone else has more specifics?

Cheers,

TM

 
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Luke Martin
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Yes, I too assume it is a Quattro ...

October 26 2006, 2:52 AM 

but it is certainly not shown as a current model on the Chopard website.

Many thanks for the resposne, Thomas.

Regards,

 
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Yong
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Yes, its a quattro

October 26 2006, 7:31 AM 

They too have a similar dial for the 1.96 movement.

 
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MTF
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Information from Chopard >>

November 1 2006, 9:56 AM 

Name of the model: L.U.C “Quattro Mark II”
Reference: 16/1903
Case: in 18K gold (with crystal back)
Certifications: with Geneva Seal and chronometer certification

Speciality of the movement: this movement is equipped with four “energy-tanks”. The Quattro® technology with twice times two superimposed barrels. This is the LUC 1.98 movement.

Specialty of the casing: as all L.U.C watches with Geneva Seal the dial, the indexes and the hands are in 18K gold (except the second hand which is in blued steel)

Leather strap: hand stitched

Regards,
MTF

 
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Luke Martin
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Many thanks, Melvyn ...

November 14 2006, 12:16 AM 

That's perfect

 
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